Gluten free dairy free s'mores are yummy to eat and the GFCF ingredients are available in many grocery stores. No worries if you follow a special diet. Gather your roasting sticks and join in the fun as you enjoy this campfire favorite. Each s'more made with Rice Bran crackers has approximately 110 calories and 17.4 g. carbohydrate.
Choose a cookie. Rice Bran crackers and S'morable brand crackers have the taste and texture of traditional graham crackers, but if you are feeling bold try a ginger snap or other favorite gluten free cookie.
Choose a marshmallow. The traditional Jet Puffed or Food club marshmallows are gluten free but include other artificial ingredients. Look for natural gluten free marshmallows in the kosher or organic section of grocery stores, co-ops or online.
Choose a chocolate. Most stores have a dairy free chocolate choice in their upscale candy isle. Anything less than 70% cocoa content will include milk., so go for the darkest chocolate you can find. Read the label carefully to avoid whey, butter, milk fat and milk. Cocoa butter is not a diary product and is made from cacao tree seeds. Cocoa liquor on a chocolate ingredient lable is made by melting cocoa butter and is non-alcoholic.
Roast your marshmallow. A thin dowel, metal skewer or even a sharpened stick can help you toast your marshmallow to your taste over a grill or fire. Toast carefully so you don't burn your marshmallow.
Assemble your gluten and dairy free s'mores. Place a square of chocolate on the cracker, add the toasted marshmallow and top off with another cookie. Yum!
70% dark chocolate has an intense flavor. A little square goes a long way in your s'more.
Dowels or sticks are disposable in your fire and make cleaning up easy. If you use a skewer, soak in soapy water to help remove the sticky marshmallow.
Bring napkins or wet wipes as s'mores are sticky treats.
Some people with tree nut allergies are also allergic to cacao tree seeds.